About

WHAT IS IT’S ALL COBBLERS TO ME?

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It’s All Cobblers To Me is the Northampton Town Football Club podcast by Northampton fans for Northampton fans. Northampton Town, known as The Cobblers, is at the heart of every  episode. Released every Friday, the podcast features game reviews, previews and special guests each month such as the Chairman of the football club and prestigious ex players such as Lee Harper, Chris Hargreaves and Andy Woodman.

Charles, Neil and Danny are the hosts of the It’s All Cobblers To Me podcast. All three have been Northampton Town supporters since a young age and now, all in their 30’s have come together to talk about their one true love, the Cobblers.


THE TEAM

CHARLES COMMINS – HOST & PRODUCER

Charles

 Charles was first taken to see the Cobblers by his Dad at the tender age of 6. Italia 90 had sparked something in him and so he begged to be taken to a football match. He can’t remember much about his time watching the Town at the County Ground but his Dad informs him that he enjoyed his time eating Tony Ansell burgers on the front row of the Cricketside. Eventually, Dad caught the bug too and after two Wembley appearances, their first season tickets were purchased for the 98/99 season. Even now, living outside of Northamptonshire, Charles goes to as many home and away games as he can while his Dad remains a season ticket holder.


DANNY BROTHERS – CO-HOST

Danny also went to is first game as a young boy, taken by his Dad to the County Ground. In July 2006, Danny started a blog all about the Cobblers. At the time he had just finished his degree at Solent University and spent the next ten years or so living everywhere but Northampton. In 2016, Danny made his return to his hometown and bought himself a season ticket, attending matches with his son Isaac, brother Chris and nephew Harry. Danny thinks that Sam Hoskins can reach double figures this season…


NEIL EGERTON – CO-HOST

Neil

 

Neil’s first experience of NTFC was through school. Bobby Barnes had taken his class for a training session and then provided free tickets for the next home game, a dull 0-0 draw against Gillingham. Still, it didn’t put the young man off and now, Neil can be found at Sixfields with with his children at most home games.